If you like being in-the-know about the latest compliance happenings, regulatory updates and related news, then this is for you.
Research Integrity Services has added several new pages to collect news items and noteworthy events in various compliance arenas:
Conflict of Interest (COI);
Export Controls and Sanctions;
Health Information Privacy (HIPAA);
Human Subjects and IRB...
A new online training module is available on the UNH Research Office’s Export Controls page. The online "Basics" training module provides a general overview of the Federal regulations, and is designed to assist faculty, staff and students with acquiring a baseline-level of understanding of Export Controls at UNH.
Feedback and questions regarding the content and format of the module are always...
UNH Resources for International Travelers
This May, Provost Lisa MacFarlane announced the launch of the UNH International Travel Registry, a secure system for maintaining vital travel information and documents for faculty, staff and students traveling abroad on University-related activities. The registry enhances the safety of all UNH travelers by automatically providing you with International...
UPDATE, May 6: The webinar originally scheduled for April 22, "Distribution Agreements/Technical Assistance Agreements/Manufacturing License Agreements," has been rescheduled for Monday, May 18, 1:30-3:00pm.
The webinar originally scheduled for May 6, "Government Contracting," has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 21, 1:30-3:00pm.
UNH-Durham has registered for the “International Trade...
You may be familiar with the concept of “export controls,” and the federal regulatory prohibition of sending certain types of commodities out of the United States. But are you also aware that the same regulations prohibit giving access to those items, or the related technical information, to certain foreign persons* within the United States?
Generally, an export is a shipment of items out of...